September 4, 2015 RSS feed / Editorials

University president put the students first

Richard Rush has been a fixture in this area since his 2001 arrival to Camarillo.  More...

Why you lost your Albertsons

On Jan. 27, supermarket operators Albertsons and Safeway, Inc. More...

Spirit of sports getting lost

I love Eliav Appelbaum’s recent editorial on high school football players moving from team to team.  More...

Feds are trying to break promise

For a quarter of a century, the community and our elected officials have insisted that studies of the potential health impacts of the radioactive and chemical contamination from the Santa Susana Field Lab had to be done by independent, credible scien More...

ITP can strike without warning

Imagine being told that your child cannot play on the playground with other kids, ride a bike, participate in normal childhood activities or contact sports because a bump, cut or impact to their head could lead to life-threatening bleeding. More...

Failing grade for health office

On Aug. 18-19, a restaurant in Simi Valley made nearly 100 people sick with a food-borne illness similar to food poisoning. Our Ventura County health officials rely on restaurants to voluntarily correct the problems themselves. More...

Some love for the Pigskin Preview

Hey, Acorn, love the Pigskin Preview. Good job! Jack Burns Oak Park   More...

Transfers hurt the local players

To Eliav Appelbaum: Thank you, thank you, thank you! Thank you for being the only writer in the area to call out the ridiculous transferring that goes on among high school football players. You are absolutely right. More...

Important thing is who’s onstage

Last week’s letter by Guy Nohrenberg was interesting but missed the mark.  Presidential debates aren’t about who is in the audience. They are about who is onstage.  More...

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